Kate Middleton is making ready for her long run position as Queen and the evidence is in her cloth cabinet.
According to Anthony McGrath, a star stylist and lecturer on the Fashion Retail Academy in London, Kate’s evolving taste over time gives a transparent image of the way she’s making ready to rule beside her husband, Prince William, when he ultimately takes the throne.
Speaking to Express, McGrath broke down the way in which Kate’s taste over time illustrates her adventure towards the throne. Here are some highlights of what he needed to say.
“Since Kate has been in the limelight she has always been somewhat of a conservative dresser, whether that was because she wanted to prove herself to the Royal Family or was her own personal style, who knows, but she was rarely seen in anything too risqué. However, since marrying Prince William and officially becoming a member of the Royal Family, her outfits have certainly become more modest….She had to leave behind the flirty and floaty dress, thigh-skimming minis and low-cut evening gowns.”
On her signature royal glance:
“Instead, she introduced skirt suits and coat dresses, which have since become staple items in her wardrobe and are frequently her go-to looks for public engagements. She also introduced an array of A-lines dresses in various different colors, decorative hats for formal events and closed-toe shoes.”
On staying true to herself:
“We must give her credit for staying true to who she has and not moulding herself into something else entirely. Slowly, but surely, she has finessed her style over the years and her style is without a doubt, suitable for a future Queen.”